Colleagues Abroad

A Scottish lecturer is poised to win a 15-year legal battle to improve the rights of foreigners working in Italy, which could result in a multi-million dollar fine for the country’s government. The European Commission is expected to shortly announce financial sanctions against the Italian...
by Domenico Paccitti SOME 1,500 FOREIGN-language lecturers, or lettori, who teach their mother-tongue in over sixty Italian universities recently had their fourth job discrimination case against the Italian government upheld at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg. On 26th June the ECJ ruled...

by TAA Staff THE FACULTY UNION at Algonquin College, in Nepean, Ontario, has filed several grievances regarding college hiring part-time and sessional faculty over full-time faculty. “This is not a.

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